English Phrasal verbs with CUT (6 custom images – 17 example sentences)

English Phrasal verbs with CUT In this post I want to share 6 English phrasal verbs with CUT. Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries dot com lists 24 different uses for the verb CUT! ✂ LINK Many uses have a meaning that is easy to imagine, but some are not so common. I’ll explain the meaning and then help you understand it with lots …

10 Phrasal verbs with OFF (15 real examples+video)

In this post you will learn 10 Phrasal verbs with the OFF. Audio and video for listening practice, and real examples in natural English. Take clothes off We put on, clothes, shoes, hats, gloves, jewelry etc. BUT We take these things off. “In Japan, people don’t wear their shoes in the house. They always take them off at the entrance.” …

English Quick SHOT – Put (something) Out

Put out March 3rd (third) was “Girl’s Day” in Japan. Many people put out special dolls and display them during this event. Do you know what the phrasal verb PUT OUT means in this sentence? In English, we say put something out or put out something when we want something to be seen or used. For Girl’s Day in Japan, …

Learn 50 common phrasal verbs (PDF download)

You will learn 50 English phrasal verbs in this post. Each phrasal verb has an example sentence to help you understand its meaning. The example sentences will give you the chance to use these expressions naturally in your own conversations! Name: Email: We respect your email privacy   📚Learn 50 common English phrasal verbs What is a phrasal verb? ~ …

WEAR and PUT ON – What’s the difference? (w/Video)

English student question. What’s the difference between “wear” and “put on?” Learn the grammar here with this easy guide with lots of natural examples. Plus there 9 custom images and a video to watch and review as you practice English listening. You can find the video at the end of this post. Use these English verbs correctly in natural English …

Learn 5 Phrasal Verbs with GO (VIDEO and 10 examples!)

Learn 5 Phrasal Verbs used with “GO” Learn with lots of example sentences! Helpful slides from the video ↓ Go out – to go outdoors; to leave one’s house; to take part in social activities A: “Where’s Donnie?” B: “I’m not sure. He went out about 20 minutes ago but he said he’d be back soon.” = he left the …

English Phrasal Verb – Plug In

English Phrasal Verb – Plug In plug in [phrasal verb] to connect a piece of electrical equipment to the main supply of electricity or to another piece of electrical equipment “Is the printer plugged in?” electrical outlet  ↑ We can also plug something in/into something. “Plug the flash drive into the USB port on the side of your computer.” The opposite of plug in is unplug. “Please unplug the hair dryer …

Hot and cold – learning opposites

This song by Katy Perry “Hot n Cold” is a fun way to learn some words and their opposites. The chorus (main part that repeats through the song) is the best way to learn opposites. Before we listen let’s practice 2 phrasal verbs that are also part of the chorus. break up  to come to an end (often a relationship)When …